A look under the hood. The magic of ITA Software.

August 20, 2010 at 7:30 am Leave a comment

Our fondness for ITA Software has been well documented on Carrying On – click here to check out some of the previous postings. However, until now, we’ve just focused on the amazing results that our ITA partnership enables us to deliver to our customers.

Now, it’s the time to take a look under the hood and see how the magic happens. Be sure to join our webinar next week (Tuesday, August 24 | 2pm EDT) to learn how corporate travel managers can get the best of both worlds – delivering ease, speed, and options for your employees AND exceeding the objectives set by your purchasing department.  Check out the details below and be sure to register here for this insightful session.

What you will learn:

Steven Mandelbaum, winner of the 2009 BTN Best Practitioner Award, Rearden Commerce’s Tony D’Astolfo, a leading expert in corporate travel, and Geoff Andrew, ITA’s implementation expert will present a case study in success. Learn how you can:

  • Drive savings at every step in the purchase cycle
  • Improve corporate travel policy compliance
  • Maximize utilization of preferred supplier deals
  • Always return the lowest and/or most relevant fare
  • Give them more choices in a shorter period of time

See and hear firsthand how ITA’s QPX airfare pricing and shopping system, combined with the Rearden Personal Assistant, give The Advisory Board Company the best of both worlds.

Presentations will be followed by a Q&A session. Come prepared to ask the experts about your biggest corporate travel management challenges. The archived webinar will also be made available at www.itasoftware.com.

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